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Don’t Feel Compelled to Publish an E-Book on Amazon and Other Life Tips

Don’t Feel Compelled to Publish an E-Book on Amazon and Other Life Tips

By  Larry Kahaner

  • Be kind to unkind people. It’s difficult, so do your best.
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Are Your Characters Under-Developed? Here's a Helpful Guide to Find Out - NY Book Editors

Here’s an Rx for under-developed characters.

Characterization. It’s, without a doubt, one of the hardest parts of writing a novel. It is the aim of every writer to create an authentic and infinitely unique character that readers will treasure. 41 more words


Are You Ready To Go Camping?

I’m not talking about roughing it in the wild, although you’re welcome to do so if you have to.

What I’m talking about is Camp Nanowrimo! 487 more words


I Have an Addiction!

Hello, Readers!

This post isn’t quite as serious as the pretentious title suggests. Merely, I have this huge addiction for stationary. I can’t tell you how many notebooks I own that partially filled or not at all. 291 more words

Misty Harvey

Plotting for Camp NaNoWriMo

This week has been all about plotting. Last year when I was working on Horrible Monster, I was rather hands-off with plotting: I had a general idea of where I wanted things to go, and a few key scenes, but the rest was left to be worked out as I was writing. 366 more words


Man United plotting a big move for Barcelona star

It looks like Mourinho has been trying his very best to convince Neymar to join Manchester United. He s been consistently calling the Brazil international to get him into a sensational switch to Old Trafford on course. 40 more words

The Guide to Writing Killer Fantasy: Plot

Now that I look back on what I’ve written, I think it’s high time that we address the foundation of your fantasy story. You have your world, your protagonist(s), and your villain. 1,143 more words